'Maybe I’m like a swan. I look calm and serene on the surface, but my legs are peddling away underneath. In my case, I look disheveled, but my mind is racing, trying to problem solve, trying to cope' Grace Kavanagh
MS & Me
I am a General Nurse and our current climate has roused so many emotions in me. I am angry that my MS has prevented me from stepping up to the frontline and assisting and supporting my professional colleagues in a time of crisis and need. Ciara O Meara
The MS Care Centre is currently closed for health and safety reasons due to the Corona Virus pandemic. We miss our residents, chats in the coffee dock and our beautiful gardens especially in this weather, but we hope soon it will be filled with laughter and friendship again.
This week our guest blogger Mark Mitchell reminds us of the special place that remains at the heart of MS Ireland.
Now more than ever, there is great comfort in getting lost in a good book. Today to mark World Book Day Willeke Van Eeckhoutte shares her love of books and reading.
This week Niall McGahon pens an open letter to the Government.
This week Christina McDonald reflects on family, friendship, love and Harry Potter!
This week Robert Joyce writes a letter to his newly-diagnosed self.
This week Niamh McCarron shares her understanding of life with MS, hope and Covid-19
Emma Rogan writes about what Mother’s Day will be like this year and how Covid-19 is impacting her.
'I have a saying that where there is uncertainly, doubt and fear there is always hope, dreams and a silver lining. The brain is as clueless to what the future holds just as much as we are but we can help it and nourish it and keep it healthy'. Ciara O'Meara